American Civic Association

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  • Info The American Civic Association (ACA) was a United States organization for making better living conditions in America, with an emphasis on improving the physical and structural growth of communities. more...
  • The American Civic Association in Binghamton provides citizenship, cultural, and language assistance to the local immigrant community.
  • The American Civic Association and scores of other civic and patriotic bodies had joined in the clamor. Cited from The Americanization of Edward Bok, by Edward Bok
  • In 1900 these groups joined to form the American League for Civic Improvement, and four years later this group became the American Civic Association.
  • James began her 37 year tenure in national planning and parks in 1921; she served first as the executive secretary of the American Civic Association.
  • She secured financial support for American Civic Association from the Russell Sage Foundation, ensuring it remained financially viable.
  • The American Civic Association is an immigration services organization located in Binghamton, NY that provides community integration services to immigrants and refugees in the Greater Binghamton region.
  • J. Horace McFarland, as President of the American Civic Association, called Bok's attention to the matter, and urged him to agitate it through his magazine so that restrictive legislation might be secured. Cited from The Americanization of Edward Bok, by Edward Bok
  • He found a willing ally in this idea in Mr. J. Horace McFarland, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, one of the most skilful photographers in the country, and the president of The American Civic Association. Cited from The Americanization of Edward Bok, by Edward Bok